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Hello Guys, Please let me know that how to fix windows 10 doesn’t recognise android phone? I don't know how to fix it. I tried many times but unable to fix it. Help me.
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Once in a while, you need to connect your Android device to your Windows 10 computer to transfer specific files, but users have reported specific problems with Android devices and Windows 10.
It seems that Windows 10 doesn’t recognize Android devices, and today we’re going to see how to fix Windows 10 doesn’t recognize Android phones.
Follow the instructions below when Windows 10 doesn’t recognize Android phone
In order to transfer files from your computer, you need to connect your Android phone as a media device (MTP). To do that follow these steps:
In some cases, you might have to connect your Android phone to your computer and switch between different connection options a few times before your computer recognizes your Android device as a media device.
Once in awhile your Android phone isn’t recognized because of driver issues, so you might want to try updating your drivers. To do that, follow these steps:
MTP protocol is similar to Windows Media Player, and some versions of Windows 10 don’t have Windows Media Player and support for related technologies like MTP protocol.
If the Windows 10 doesn’t recognize Android devices, download and install Media Feature Pack for N and KN versions of Windows 10.
Try to use the original cable that came with your device, you might want to consider switching your USB cable. In a few cases, some USB cables are just developed for powering and not for file transfer, so you might have one of those USB cables.
Want to be sure, try using a different USB cable, or try connecting your Android device to a different computer using the same USB cable.
Sometimes you might not have the recent drivers, or your drivers might not be properly installed, so in order to fix issues with Android devices and Windows 10, it’s advised that you uninstall your Android drivers. To do so, follow these steps:
Remember that sometimes Windows cannot find and download some drivers. In such cases, you can check out this guide to make sure that your Android drivers will be installed properly.
To plug in your Android phone as a USB Mass Storage device, do the following:
Users have reported that allowing USB debugging can sometimes help with this issue. To allow USB debugging on your Android phone, do the following:
Once you’ve enabled USB debugging, check if your Android phone is recognized.
If still Windows 10 doesn’t recognize Android phones then restart your Android device.